The unexpected use of a shipping crate as a side table gives this neutral living room vintage appeal. The cream sofa and blue throw pillows help pull the look together, making this transitional living room feel sophisticated and collected.
A huge round window and tree-trunk side table bring hobbit-like charm to the master bathroom. A pebbled floor and marble backsplash add plenty of luxury too. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
A comfortable sofa sits in a nook surrounded by stylish, functional bookcases. Glossy gray walls create a soft backdrop to the space, while a sisal area rug is paired with eclectic pieces, like a gold trunk and Lucite side table.
A little color and pattern goes a long way in this bedroom, where graphic white wall paper contrasts with a dark navy wall. A tufted platform bed is a transitional counterpoint to the rustic trunk, side table and bench. The color palette and natural finishes lend a relaxed seafaring vibe to the room.
This lovely nature-inspired teen bedroom features a forest wall with sage, pink and green accents, a custom tree trunk bookshelf for books and collectables and a classic white side table that doubles as a nightstand.
Jungle animals are playful guardians in the stylish, gender-neutral nursery. There's a comfy, leather rocker for tired moms and dads; a trunk makes a handy side table that fits right in with the safari theme.
At first glance, this nursery is all calm neutrals. Look a little closer (especially at the wallpaper) and you'll see there's a fun animal motif also in play. A faux tree trunk is the perfect side table sidekick.
A steamer trunk-inspired sideboard cabinet is a perfect place for displaying family photos and accessories — or tucking away spare blankets and dishware — in this contemporary living space. The table is crowned by a unique statement piece: a colorful modern painting. Placing identical lamps on the cabinet on either side of the painting keeps the arrangement feeling orderly and uncluttered.
To create this soothing area of the room, designers used items that the homeowners currently owned or were given to add a frugal touch to this area of the nursery. Two vintage trunks, used as storage for the abundance of baby items, are stacked to create a side table as well as help create the travel theme. The comfortable glider, a gift for the parents to be, adds a soft place for middle of the night wake ups and afternoon readings, while chalk trays keep books at arm's length, creating a chic space for feeding and reading.